The GHSA reclassification committee made additional tweaks December 15 to their recommended 2022-2024 plan. The State Executive Committee will consider final ratification on January 22.
The GHSA Reclassification Committee met this morning to address appeals of recent changes with the new two-division configuration for Class A. The Red Devils will be in a region with its traditional rivals.
As a result of the GHSA's reclassification process, Lincoln County is expected to remain in Region 8-A Public for the next two school years.
|Bryan County||W 22-0||BBF-LCS||['FFN']|
|Elbert County||L 16-28||BBF-LCS||['FFN']|
|Towns County||W 43-12||BBF-LCS||['FFN']|
|Social Circle||W 28-27||away||['FFN']|
|Greene County||W 35-0||away||['FFN']|
|Mt. Zion (Carroll County)||W 36-0||BBF-LCS||['FFN']|
|Irwin County||L 27-51||away||['FFN']|
I don't know him!
On a rainy night in Lexington, the Devils were struggling against the Oglethorpe County Patriots. More of the officials' calls seem to be going against the Devils, and the Devil bench was getting a bit testy. A visitor on the Devil sideline told the officials to just let the kids play. The flag came flying, and cost the Devils 15 yards. Coach Larry Campbell explained to the official that he didn't know the gentleman that made the comment, and therefore his team shouldn't be penalized. They didn't buy it. The person making the comment to the officials was a former Red Devil assistant but went on to be an official for a few years.
Bud Bussey scored Lincolnton's first touchdown - a 5-yard run against McCormick in 1922.